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If teeth are not cleaned regularly, the bacteria present in our mouth and from food particles forms a thin film on our teeth; commonly known as plaque. Regular visits to the dentist can help keep your teeth looking sparkling and healthy. In fact, without cleaning, plaque can get build-up quickly leading to inflamed and infected […]

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Most Monrovia patients aren’t excited to go to the dentist. Whether they’ve had a bad experience in the past, or the thought of getting a filling, a root canal or tooth extraction just makes them plain anxious, many people are nervous about sitting in the dentist’s chair. For these reasons, sedation dentistry was created. Sedation […]

Does the thought of getting a tooth cleaning at the dentist fill you with anxiety? Are you especially nervous and fearful when thinking about getting a cavity filled, or root canal? Do you avoid trips to your Monrovia dentist’s office just because you are so afraid of going? If you answered “Yes!” to any of […]

I am sure that if you are reading this article then you must be looking for the ways and treatment of wisdom teeth issues. As you know that it is such a hectic and unbearable condition when you are suffering with wisdom teeth pains. So, I will suggest you to read the article till end […]

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Remember those uneasy moments when you were standing in front of dentist’s office, listening to the sound of the drill and wondering why your heartbeat is so fast? Many people experience pain during dental treatments and because of that they are afraid of even thinking about going to the dentist. For this reason they tend […]

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A dry socket is a common problem, it is easy to cure but it is essential to go to your dentist right away. This is one of the dental health issues that can be fixed easily. However, if you neglect it, it can have serious consequences. What is a dry socket? It usually occurs after […]

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Fruits and vegetables are so healthy that they can together combat a lot of diseases including Oral Cancer too. According to the February Volume of Journal of American Dental Association’s, the risk of oral cancer can be minimized to a greater extent if the oral healthcare professionals inform the patients about the benefits of fruits […]

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Root canals are still an alarming name to many of us. To get a clearer picture of root canals, on should be aware of the following myths about them and get rid of all the misunderstandings and misconceptions about them. i.    Root canal treatment is not painful anymore It is true that the treatment for […]

One of the disorders that are developing and have no real treatment is Osteonecrosis of the Jaw (ONJ). It is also known as the “jaw disease”. In some cases, when the dental procedures are not as hygienic as they should be, oral infections take place. They are much severe in osteoporosis patients that take bisphosphonates. […]

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Dominique Michaud who is an assistant professor of epidemiology at Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH) said, “Our study provides the first strong evidence that periodontal disease may increase the risk of pancreatic cancer. This finding is of significance as it may provide some new insights into the mechanism of this highly fatal disease.” This […]